Animal Rights Activist Superglues Herself To Court During Timberwolves-Clippers Game
Alicia Santurio doesn’t like the NBA’s play-in tournament—and she’s sticking to her feelings. Or at least she tried to.
She attempted to superglue herself to the court in the second quarter of the Clippers-Timberwolves play-in game Tuesday night and was removed shortly thereafter.
A fan was escorted off after attempting to glue themselves to the floor during the Clippers-Timberwolves Play-in Game pic.twitter.com/RreK0kjPSG
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Stadium officials say the lady glued her wrists to the floor and refused to lift them up. Soon after the incident, Direct Action Everywhere, an animal rights group, claimed responsibility; an alleged animal rights issue at T’wolves owner Glen Taylor’s egg farm was the catalyst.
Minnesota won the game 109-104.
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